Globo News:

U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist won the Democratic nomination for governor in Florida on Tuesday, putting him in position to challenge Gov. Ron DeSantis this fall in a campaign that the Republican incumbent is eyeing as the first step toward a potential White House run.

In selecting Crist in the race for governor, Florida Democrats sided with a candidate backed by many in the party’s establishment who viewed him as the safest choice. The 66-year-old has already served one term as governor, running as a Republican at the time before gravitating toward Democrats. His moderate stances could appeal to voters in Florida’s teeming suburbs as Democrats seek to reverse a losing pattern in a state that was once seen as a perennial political battleground.

This is from 2018.

Ron DeSantis is one of the most astroturfed candidates in recent history. Or to be more precise, he’s one of the most astroturfed fake populists around. It’s one thing for a politician to be a Joe Manchin or Mitch McConnell type, where they barely pretend to have anything to offer you. It’s quite another for Ron DeSantis to be out there pretending to fight against “Woke Capital,” or groomers. Like, congrats for not letting groomers have access to children… until the fourth grade.

This is a guy who literally announced his campaign to be the US President from Israel. He’s also a complete and utter whore for World Heebery.

Liberty Conservatives:

Liberty conservatives looking to Florida governor Ron DeSantis as a possible heir to the MAGA movement may want to take a harder look at his support for the First Amendment while in office.

DeSantis championed and signed a bill that essentially bans criticism of Israel.

2019’s HB 741 bans any speech in the public school systems of Florida deemed to be “making mendacious, dehumanizing, demonizing, or stereotypical allegations” about Jews or “the power of Jews as a collective,” such as the myth about a world Jewish conspiracy or of Jews controlling the media, economy, government or other societal institutions.

HB 741 also bans “applying a double standard to Israel by requiring behavior of Israel that is not expected or demanded of any other democratic nation, or focusing peace or human rights investigations only on Israel.

As you would expect, DeSantis is backed completely and utterly by our billionaire class.

Axios:

At least 42 billionaires and members of billionaire families, worth a combined $275 billion, have contributed to Gov. Ron DeSantis’ re-election campaign, a war chest he can raid repeatedly to survive 2022 and beyond, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune’s Zac Anderson reports.

And yet, despite all of this, the race between Crist, the Democrat who won the Democrat primary, and DeSantis, is far closer than you might think.

Below image taken from RealClearPolitics.

DeSantis is up about 8 points on Crist, who is one of the worst permashills you’ve ever seen. His selling point is that he’s “pro-democracy and pro-women,” as opposed to DeSantis. Although he was at least less insane than his Democrat primary opposition.

Nevertheless, DeSantis could still lose, which would be a hilarious wrench thrown into the plans of the (((GOP))). This is because Ron DeSantis has absolutely no charisma, and is immediately perceived by everyone as exactly what he is, which is a complete and utter whore ready to do our parasite class’ bidding at the drop of a hat.

National Hebrew:

The number of Republicans who support former president Donald Trump more than they support the GOP jumped 7 points from May to August, according to a new NBC News poll.

The August poll found 41 percent of Republicans support Trump more than the party, while 50 percent support the party more than they support the former president. However, 58 percent of Republicans supported the GOP more just three months ago.

While polling in June showed Trump statistically tied with Florida governor Ron DeSantis in a hypothetical 2024 presidential primary matchup, a recent poll by Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire shows Trump leading the governor 50 percent to 29 percent.

Lol. LMAO even. As much as Globo Homo Schlomo loves Gorland Blormph’s policies, they dislike him because he’s willing to break the cardinal rule of Fake Democracy, which is running on the actual things that people want. There’s no question that Orange Faggot is a con artist at this point, but the problem the Republicans are having is figuring out someone to run against him.

Josh Barro Substack:

Taken together with other data points, like the strong win for the pro-abortion-rights side in Kansas’ recent referendum on the issue, these election results have led to a rethinking of Democrats’ likely seat losses in the House this November — the Cook Political Report is now targeting a Republican gain of 10-20 seats, down from 15-30. It’s increasingly plausible that Democrats might even hold their majority in both houses of Congress.

I covered the Kansas failed abortion referendum. In short, abortion, while something I personally am strongly against, has always been a largely fake issue, that Finklestein types use to drum up support for the Gay Old Party, because appealing to Whitey is not on the table. Similarly, passing real legislation about, say, child trannies, is also not on the table. But instead they’ll bloviate endlessly about abortion, and take up legitimately extreme positions like banning women from getting abortions, but only if the baby is retarded.

Of course, the Republican base is pleased about Dobbs. But the base always turns out to vote for you — that’s what makes them the base. One of the reasons Donald Trump was able to win in 2016 despite alienating large numbers of traditionally Republican voters in upscale suburbs was that he brought out so many new voters who weren’t traditionally part of the Republican base — often, non-college-educated white voters in the north who had previously voted for Obama, or less-engaged voters who previously hadn’t voted at all.

Both of those groups of voters tend not to be motivated by the core issues that traditionally interest the religious right, such as abortion. They tend to be relatively disconnected from civic institutions, including churches. Bill Clinton did well with these voters at a time when Republicans were seen as moralizing scolds who wanted to take away your Medicare. Trump won them over by emphasizing opposition to immigration, abandoning unpopular Republican economic planks on Social Security and Medicare, and defending their “traditional” values against a snobby elite without projecting a religiously conservative moral worldview.

That’s all correct. I have never been to church, not one time in my entire life. And yet, I was a big supporter of Orange Faggot back in 2015-16, unlike the hyper-faggot Never Trumper National Hebrew types, like Benny Shapiro or David Frum. 

The reason they have to invent the term “populism,” to differentiate from conservatism, is because conservatism isn’t actually popular. A tiny group of dedicated, usually middle aged, annoying faggots are really invested in tax cuts for billionaires and making sure women can’t abort retards. Nobody else likes these people, and if people figure out they’re not getting anything against anti-White policies, or disgusting groomers, they’re just turned off. And increasingly the Republican Party is seen as a fake institution, as it should be.

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4 Comments

  1. they need to ditch nationalism as a dirty word and openly embrace the steve sailor strategy.

    either that, or fade away entirely and let a real party replace them.

  2. You need to do a post on the retards that buy into the whole demoncrunt vs repugnant-can’t fake dichotomy. You know, the ones that still think world “leaders” (media figureheads – actors with big salaries) decide anything.

    The ignorance of the goyims in duality-world grows tiresome.

    Such a simple stupid game – pretend there’s a difference and bet on your team – go Packers !

  3. He’s secretly signaling to us with that language!
    “the myth about a world Jewish conspiracy or of Jews controlling the media, economy, government or other societal institutions.”
    I mean, fucking based!!!

  4. Announcing a bid for the US presidency from Israel sounds like something I’d put in a comedy screenplay.

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